Louis’s first investment property didn’t go according to plan. He bought in New Orleans right before Katrina hit. It wiped out the property but taught him some valuable life lessons. Lessons he has applied to become an over of 173 multifamily units. Want to hear his advice?
What do window tracks, outlet covers and the sides of dishwashers have in common? Mark Ahern is about to tell you and, more importantly, why knowing the answer will help you initially evaluate the condition of a property faster.
Raise your hand if you are guilty of looking at the numbers on a property before learning how the property should be operated. You are not alone. Ok, I’ll put my hand down now too. Chris Winterhalter shares priceless advice on the importance of fully understanding the operations as well as other incredibly valuable tips from investing overseas to hotel construction and everything in between.
By 2008 Kevin Bupp had amassed an impressive portfolio of over 100 properties including single and multifamily properties. He owned a mortgage company, a printing company and had streams of cash flow coming in on a monthly basis. Then the crash it and he lost 90% of his portfolio. Fast forward today and he’s successfully […]
Andrew Lanoie had a full time job working over 100 hours a week and lived in a market that didn’t cash flow. Ouch. Can you relate? He found a way to put together a team of experts who helped him buy over 100 properties in 6 years. He is now doing real estate investing full time. Hooray!!! Listen to the show to hear his Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever!
Peter literally wrote the book on apartment investing (see below) and has learned from some very successful apartment investors. Learn what he has to say and hear some inspiring case studies.
Listen to the show to hear his Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever!